Originally posted on nba.com/suns  |  Last updated 2/29/12
Posted: Feb. 10, 2011 After extending one winning streak against Golden State earlier this week, the Phoenix Suns now have a good chance to continue an even lengthier run of success at home over the Warriors. In position to reach the .500 mark for the first time in almost two months, the Suns try for an 11th consecutive home victory over the Warriors when the teams meet Thursday night. Phoenix's 104-92 win at Golden State on Monday was its fourth in five games. The 10th-place Suns (24-25), currently 2 1/2 games out of the final Western Conference playoff spot, have not been at .500 since they were 13-13 on Dec. 19. "It hasn't been a very fun year in large part, but it's been more fun lately," said Steve Nash, who had 14 points with 15 assists on his 37th birthday. "We just have to keep working every day, we have to continue to improve and we also have to get a little bit tougher."
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